Port Chester United Hospital near Greenwich rented

PORT CHESTER, N.Y. — After years of delays, demolition has begun on the site of the old United Hospital in Port Chester, where a massive new construction project is scheduled to take place.

The redevelopment of the old hospital site, which closed in 2005, is part of a wave of new construction in Port Chester that has Greenwich residents and elected officials concerned about the traffic impact. Airborne pollutants and the spread of environmental pollution.

Construction at the United Hospital site off Boston Post Road near the Interstate 287 interchange will create 775 multifamily rental apartments, 90 independent living apartments and 110 assisted living and memory care units at 406 Boston Post Road. Plans also call for a 120-room hotel and 18,000 square feet of retail space.

Large construction vehicles demolished the old hospital and several outbuildings beginning this month.

“They started repair work in the winter,” said Richard Shea, a spokesman for the developers, Rose Associates and Bedrock Real Estate Partners. “They’re starting to demolish the structures now, and that will continue for several months.”

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